27 March 2013

Easter Egg "Pop" Art



I wanted to share with you today another easy, Easter craft that will create a lot of impact to your holiday decor.  I present to you, my version of
"Easter Egg Pop Art!"  


Materials Needed:

Picture Frame
Faux, Vintage Sheet Music
Hollow, Plastic Easter Eggs
(I Found My Speckled Eggs @ Pat Catan's)
Spanish Moss or Easter Grass

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Scissors
X-Acto Knife
Double-Sided Tape
Glue Gun & Plenty Of Glue Sticks

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Tutorial 

1.  First, you need a picture frame (complete w/glass); it can be an ornate frame or a plain wood frame, like the one I chose.  Next, pop out the glass and covered it with faux, vintage sheet music (found here).  Adhere directly to the glass with double-sided tape.

2.  Place glass back in frame, next its time to map out where your eggs will go.

3. After you have a good idea of where you would like to place your eggs, you're ready to cut them.

4. To cut your eggs make sure to use an X-Acto knife (this will make the cutting process easy and clean).  Now, that your eggs are cut in half your ready to glue them in place.

5. Once set & dried you can add additional glue around the eggs and add some Spanish moss or Easter grass.


6.  Give the Spanish moss a little trim and your done!



This craft is super easy and adds the perfect "POP" to your Easter decor!  It would look wonderful center stage on your Easter buffet table upon a picture easel!  Hope you've enjoyed!

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Thank you so much for stopping by & Happy Easter!
Jodie




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6 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing this darling Easter idea at my party.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  2. I just found this at savvy southern style. This is really pretty. What a great idea! :)

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  3. Wow...this is so very cute...fantastic idea!! Happy Easter!!

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  4. I love your Pop Art :) What a cute idea and a fun way to decorate for Easter! Very cute!

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  5. Very cool Easter egg display! What a great idea!

    www.marvinsdaughters.blogspot.com

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  6. Great job!

    I'd love to have you link to Seasonal Sundays. The link goes up on Saturday at 7 pm.

    - The Tablescaper

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